Metroid Prime 3: Corruption - Hands-On

The anticipation is building as the next Metroid title heads to the Nintendo Wii. There are plenty of really cool looking games being developed for the Nintendo Wii, chief among them Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, the third installment in Retro Studios' successful science fiction series. Once again, you'll assume the role of bounty hunter Samus Aran and do battle against a myriad of evil space pirates and other bizarre creatures, all the while solving intricate puzzles and navigating our heroine around detailed alien environments. But while Corruption looks similar to its predecessors (and that's both good and bad), it sure doesn't play like them. That's where the Wii remote comes into play, providing us with a different type of experience we just can't get anyplace else.

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Metroid Prime 3: Corruption Is A Motion Control Revolution

With the Wiimote as your Arm Cannon, Metroid Prime 3: Corruption is a motion control revolution.

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Ranking the Metroid Games from Worst to Best

From Xfire: "Is Super Metroid still as super as it once was in 1994? If not, which Metroid game is better than the influential title?"

Highrevz1069d ago

I look forward to the day any game beats that Super, Metroid or not.
Hollow Knight come damn near close to knocking Super Metroid from the top of my list, that’s a huge achievement for such a small team.

The problem for me is I’ve been waiting for a 2D Metroid that beats Super but I don’t think I’ll ever see that day. I still play the original 1-2 times a year and a few randomiser plays.

Fully agree with the list and all points it makes for each game. I’m expecting Dread to fit in the middle of that list but I’m happy to be wrong about that.

Venoxn4g1068d ago

In my opinion Other M is better than Federation Force

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You can now play the Metroid Prime games on the PC with mouse and keyboard, and better FOV

DSOGaming writes: "Now here is something really cool. Thanks to a custom version of the Dolphin emulator, called PrimeHack, PC gamers can play the main trilogy of Metroid Prime like never before. And by that, we mean with proper keyboard and mouse controls, as well as higher FOV values."

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